100 Israeli Lirot banknote (Theodor Herzl)
The Bank of Israel issued Israeli Pound banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 100 Israeli Lirot banknote (Theodor Herzl). They are part of the obsolete Israeli Pound banknotes series. The Bank of Israel started issuing these 100 Israeli Pound banknotes in 1973. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1979.
The old I£100 Israeli Pounds banknote (Israeli Lirot) has the portrait of the founder of the Zionist Organization, Theodor Herzl. In the background is the entrance to the site of Israel’s national cemetery, Mount of Remembrance, named in Herzl’s honour as “Mount Herzl”. On the back side of the 1973-dated note is the text “Bank of Israel” and an image of Zion Gate, also known as Bab Harat al-Yahud.
In 1980 the 100 Israeli Pounds banknote was replaced by a 10 Sheqalim banknote with the same design, following the introduction of the Shekel as Israel’s new currency at a rate of 10 lirot for 1 shekel.
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